Wish you could be out in the garden instead of sitting at your desk? We have the perfect DIY project for you!
Wish you could be out in the garden instead of sitting at your desk? We have the perfect DIY project for you! Bring a few of your smaller plants to the office with this desktop greenhouse tutorial. As any gardener knows, one of the greatest advantages of greenhouses is the ability to produce gorgeous flowers and plants year-round. Why not bring some of that color to your desk? You could even grow fresh herbs to season your lunches, and be the envy of the entire office! Check out the step-by-step tutorial below and get inspired to start your own desktop greenhouse.
Want to know how to make those cute planters? Get the video tutorial here.
1. Gather supplies
This mini greenhouse was built from stuff we already had on hand – reusable straws, clear vinyl, and glue. We suggest using either E6000 industrial glue, or Gorilla Glue will work. For the straws, any thick plastic straw should do the trick. You will also need an X-Acto knife, and a variety of binder clips to hold each piece in place while the glue dries.